While electric vehicles were once seen as an impractical alternative to standard fuel, today's EVs present a viable option for the eco-conscious car buyer. Batteries have become lighter, smaller and cheaper to make, while driving ranges have dramatically increased in recent years. And with charging stations becoming more and more common along American highways, the infrastructure is firmly in place for an electric car revolution. Of course, the real draw is the cars themselves. No longer restricted to tiny two-seaters and experimental designs, modern electric vehicles come in all shapes, sizes and price ranges, from high-performance luxury sedans to family-friendly SUVs. Check out GAYOT's list of the Top 10 Electric Cars to find the right EV for your lifestyle.